Here is our expectation of the popular full frame E-mount, Sony A7S III camera. The A7s-series Sony is one of the most popular interchangeable lens camera in the company’s lineup as a low-light king. .
Undoubtedly, photographers who need a mirrorless ILC camera with great image quality in compact sizes, the full frame sensor based model becomes ideal for their needs. It has excellent low-light performance and color accuracy. 5-axis image stabilization and uncompressed 4:2:2 UHD 4K video output.
Sony has a schedule of this product and introduce a new version every year. The device in question is a high-end 35mm camera model that would be the replacement of A7S II. There is no signal of a successor model from the beginning of 2018. In this post you’ll find what we expect from Sony A7S III camera.
Our expectations about the Sony A7S III camera
The rumor mill didn’t provide when will be the mirrorless camera become official. As a result Sony A7S III camera price and release date information remains unknown. It is expected to be announced in next several weeks or months. First let’s remember the A7S II specs and details.
Sony A7S II
The Sony α7S II is a 12.2 megapixel full-frame mirrorless camera with 4K Video Recording and a 5-Axis Image Stabilisation System. It offers ultra-high sensitivity up to an incredible ISO 409600 for both stills and video.
Expectations for Sony A7S III camera
The company is on the verge to announce a new full frame E-mount camera called the Sony A7S III. Here are our thoughts and expectations for the A7S III camera.
- Improved 24MP 6K stacked CMOS sensor
- Improved BIONZX processor
- Faster readout
- Same PDAF as A9
- Improved AutoFocus
- Cinema 4K resolution (4096 x 2160) like GH5
- 10-bit codec
- Dual card slots?
- Improved battery life
- Price around $2,499
We hope the Sony A7S III camera will arrive in 2018. Please feel free to relay your comments, or suggestions.
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